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Self-Efficacy: Conditioning the Entrepreneurial Mindset

René Mauer (), Helle Neergaard () and Anne Kirketerp Linstad ()
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René Mauer: RWTH Aachen
Helle Neergaard: Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University
Anne Kirketerp Linstad: Universe Research Lab

Chapter Chapter 11 in Understanding the Entrepreneurial Mind, 2009, pp 233-257 from Springer

Abstract: Since Bandura’s original work (Bandura 1977a), the self-efficacy concept has become an important variable within social psychology research. However, it has also been invoked in numerous other areas of research: organization theory, human resource theory, cognition and behavioral theory, as well as identity theory, in connection with topics such as health, stress, leadership, commitment, ethnicity, religion, gender, culture, social class, because it emphasizes values that we perceive as important in the Western world such as achievement and performance (Gecas 1989).

Keywords: Entrepreneurial Intention; Fairy Tale; Entrepreneurial Behavior; Entrepreneurship Research; Mastery Experience (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-0443-0_11

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